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, feel the full weight of justice. homeland security correspondent bob orr has been talking to his sources all afternoon and, bob, what can you tell us about the investigation so far? >> reporter: scott, at this hour there is no suspect in custody. we are told, though, by officials that there is a young man who they are talking to who quote/unquote could be potentially linked. but it's very, very early on and it's far too strong to say this is a suspect. this is someone who was seen near the site of the blast acting suspiciously and they have to run that to ground to find out if he had any involvement at all. we know there were two devices that exploded. think had been placed in trash cans. there are also two unexploded devices that were recovered near the finish line and that can be very important because those unexploded bombs and also the remnants of the exploded bombs could provide the kind of forensic evidence that might eventually tell us who put them together, how they were put together and where this attack originated. but right now let's be clear, this is a wide-open inves
: they pray for answers, and for peace to return. cbs news, kaufman, texas. >> bob orr in washington has been working his sources. bob, what are you hearing. >> the investigation no doubt focuses squarely on former justice of the peace eric williams. police will not call him quote, unquote, a suspect in the murders. as manual told us he denied any involvement and has not been charged in the killing. however we're told investigators turned up new evidence in searches over cric in the end in thisprove case. have to say almost from the very beginning, williams has been very high if not at the top of that potential suspect list. see, he w guy prosecuted by mark hase and district attorney mike mclelland. sources say mclelland himself was suspicious of williams after hase's murder in january. in the end, renge could be arirtly relatebeing held on to the murders. is this part of some larger strategy by law enforcement? >> i think you could say so, yes. he's being held for making quote ferrostic threats. authorities won't tell us what that means. he is being held under an extremely high $3 million in
and the widow of the bombing suspect tamerlan tsarnaev. bob orr reports. >> reporter: sources say female dna has been found on a fragment of one of the bombs used in boston. that could have come from a spectator in the crowd or maybe from a clerk who sold the bomb making materials but investigators say it's also possible it could have come from a female accomplice. katherine russell is not a suspect and has not been charged in the plot. but fbi agents met with russell at her parents' rhode island home to collect a dna sample. investigators will compare that against the dna found on the bomb remnants to determine if she ever came in contact with the device. russell's family has issued a statement saying they were shocked by the attack. investigators want to question russell to find out if she had any knowledge of her husband's plans. the fbi is also taking a fresh look at tamerlan tsarnaev's six-month trip to russia and dagestan in 2012 to determine if he received training from known terrorists. of particular interest a russian born canadian militant. like tsarnaev, he was a boxer and both men we
material but just the concussion of it blows them away and it can cause brain trauma. >> bob orr is in our washington newsroom. bob what are you hearing? >> scott, as you pointed out the boston marathon folks are now labeling this twin bombs, the government will not go that far but i have to tell you that they were preceding down the belief that that is very likely what happened here. i mean what is influencing their thinking here is the coordinated or apparently coordinated nature of this. you have one explosion, that takes place, and then a short time later as you have been showing folks, in a fairly close distance a second explosion, that seems to indicate some level of orchestration, some level of planning and coordination. we want to be careful because there is no hard evidence at this point that these were deliberately planted but if this were to be some kind of attack, domestic or foreign, among the things that those kinds of group was look for would be a high casualty count, a crowded area, it would be an extra plus to do it near an area where there is lots of security, ie the fini
. authorities now say suspectswer from be the u sel years. >> bob orr is in washington. been following the story all morning. good morning. >> good morning again, charlie. the focus right now is on the manhunt which is centered in watertown, massachusetts. and it's an urgent press by authorities. they know the man they are looking for is very dangerous. and potentially armed with explosives. we know he has weapons and we also know if the fbi is right and he's one of the two marathon bombers, we know he's demonstrated a willingness to kill and maim. this is a picture from the brand new fbi bulletin. the man's name is dzhokhar tsavraev. his family came from chechnya, and he and his brother carried out the marathon bombings. the older brother, as you mentioned in the beginning, tamerlan, his picture on the icio gun fight overnight with police in massachusetts. what really has authorities troubled, they have locked down the 20 square block area or so in watertown that we have been discussing and we think they have pinched in on the man in the white baseball cap, but they can't be sure. what has them
bob orr. bob, with the suspect in the hospital, in this condition, where does that leave investigators? >> it's not clear, jeff, if or when dzhokhar tsarnaev will be able to talk to investigators, we have to say prosecutors really don't need his statement to build a criminal case because they have video evidence of him planting one of the bombs and also police to testify that they saw him take place in two shoot-outs with officers? watertown, massachusetts. but besides all that the fbi really does want to talk to him about the plot, how the bombs were built and how the brothers initially escaped detection. >> jeff: what do we know about its brother's possible terror connection if any? >> well, so far the fbi can't find any evidence that the brothers had any coconspirators in this attack or any connections at all to aar lr ter rohr group, either foreign or domesque. of course they are still looking but from thece s far ofs believe the old ever brother was the key. his social networking activity suggest that over the past couple of years he had become increasingly interested in radical j
or domestically but our homeland security correspondent bob orr has been talking with his sources all afternoon and evening and has an update for us now, bob? >> reporter: scott, it's important that the f.b.i. out front has taken over control of the investigation. that's important both in substance and in symbolism. first in substance this is a worldwide investigation as they comb through different channels of intelligence streams trying to find out whether there was anything in the terrorist reporting pipeline that might have indicated a problem targeting boston specifically. it's also important because of the lab resources, the experts that can be brought to bear and on the symbolic side while this was an attack centered in boston it's really an attack against america. whether it's a foreign inspired international terror type attack or a domestic group or a lone wolf inspired by one or the other. this by definition is a terrorist attack. it was done against a crowd of innocent people at a highly publicized and high profile event. obviously done in a way to cause the greatest maxx mum damage,
to homeland security correspondent bob orr in washington. bob, what can you tell us about the current situation? >> i think don wrapped it up pretty well for us, anne-marie. but here's the deal. there's no doubt in officials' minds that as he reported, that one of the bombing suspects is dead. he was seen in the videotape. he was the guy in the darker hat right there at the front of the picture there with his jacket unzipped in the dark hat and the backpack. he has been shot apparently and killed. the man right behind him there about ten paces behind him with the white hat on backward and on the right of your screen here, he is still on the loose. we don't know a great deal about who these guys are. the fbi is still trying to pin down their exact names. the reason i say exact is because they've been looking through a lot of names, potential aliases and other things, and it's been a little confusing. and until we have the names pulled together, we won't know exactly where these guys are from or what their background might be. there are some indications -- and i just want to say we have
hospitals. bob orr is in washington. he has been talking to his sources in law enforcement in boston. can you bring us up to date on what you've been able to learn. >> scott, we were told there were two device devices that did explode. they had been put in trash cans or garbage containers here in the race route. an area congested with people. if you were targeting a crowd it's the kind of place you could secretly drop a bag care ago device and do bit a bit of damage. we were told that one of the devices that was found that had not exploded is intact that will help decode what was put together but we believe there may have been two unexploded devices that were recovered. there's a little confusion about the police spokesman said -- the police commissioner said at j.f.k. library. we were told a while ago this may have been more like a molotov cocktail, like an incendiary device and not a bomb. so that's still a little fuzzy. finally the most important thing is what police are not finding. that is when they go to the intelligence reporting stream they're not seeing any claims of responsibili
covering the story, john miller and bob orr, plus the chairman of the hois homeland security security committee, mike mccaul. and we'll get analysis from former new york mayor rudy giuliani, and former homeland security secretary tom ridge. but that was not the only story this week. there was also the senate's failure to strengthen gun control laws. >> all in all, this was a pretty shameful day for washington. >> schieffer: we'll hear this morning from the newtown victims' families. >> my mom was not scared in the halls of sandy hook. they should not be scared to cast a vote to protect millions of people. >> schieffer: it was a week of lows and highs. ♪ sweet caroline ♪ >> schieffer: and we'll cover it all because this is "face the nation." captioning sponsored by cbs from cbs news in washington, "face the nation" with bob schieffer. >> schieffer: and gps're gbility are argoodmorning, and h boston police commissioner ed davis. i know you told reporters earlier this morning, that you can't speck plate on the motives of these two young men, but can i ask you this-- were they plann
you this picture live as we wait for developments. bob orr is in washington talking to his sources there and, bob, i wonder what you have that's new. >> pelley: well, scott, i think we may have answered one of the mysteries john miller raised a e earlr. how they find the guy in the boat? what led the police response there in watertown to this particular location? one of the tools they used was a thermal imaging device, a heat-seeking device which when mounting on a helicopter you can find heat in places where it shouldn't be. that was part of the puzzle and then i'm told there was a person in the area who noticed that the tarp on the boat was askew the theory is that sometime during the darkness hours after this shootout that we've been talking about played out and when the suspect got out on foot, presuming that this is likely to be snpt the boat, the theory is if it is the suspect from the bombings he might have made his way to a location that looked like a fairly good hiding place and maybe slipped under the tarp on the boat and maybe didn't get it completely recreted in a prope
in the boston marathon bombing. bob orr has details. with inmates stacked high in s, thernia prisons, the state makes 3,000 lifers eligible for release. min moriarty reports. and crowds line up to meet the men who dealt a blow for america after pearl harbor. >> we drove all night. reporter: david martin on the last reunion of doolittle's raiders. captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news" with scott pelley. e "c >> pelley: good evening. his letter began this way. i'm a 34-year-old nba center. i'm black. and i'm gay." with that, jason collins of the odshington wizards today became the first active player in one of the big four sports to come out. hllins said he didn't set out to be first but added, "i'm happy to start the conversation." and we have learned it was a tonversation joined almost obamaately by president obama who phoned collins today to congratulate him. we ask ben tracy to tell us about what may bturning point for american sports. >> reporter: the 12-year nba veteran says the toughest part of his career has been hiding the fact that he's gay. in a letter posted on ww
the parts found in the wreckage. bob orr, john miller and elaine quijano on the investigation. the senate has decided the fate of national gun control. >> so, all in all, this was a pretty shameful day for washington. >> pelley: chip reid has the results. a threat to the president was intercepted before it reached the white house. wyatt andrews has the story. there's a break in the case of the murdered prosecutors in texas. manuel bojorquez is there. captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news" with scott pelley. >> pelley: good evening. we have uncovered some new developments in the boston marathon bombing, and we will have those in just a moment. but first, there is a major breaking story out of washington tonight: the gun control legislation written after the newtown massacre has been scuttled in its entirety by the united states senate. moments ago, standing with parents from newtown, connecticut, the president railed against the senate. >> so, all in all, this was a pretty shameful day for washington. but this effort is not over. i want to make it clear to the american
it as an act of terrorism. >> pelley: john miller, bob orr and elaine quijano have the latest including what we now know about the bombs. we've learned the identities of two of the dead, a woman and an 8-year-old. jeff glor on martin, the boy who put a face on the tragedy. dr. jon lapook tells us how the youngest of the wounded are being treated tonight. and don dahler on the stories survivors are telling. >> everybody was just spectacular. the most well organized response i've seen in my entire life. captioning sponsored by cbs captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news" with scott pelley reporting tonight from boston. boston. >> pelle >> pelley: good evening. no motive, no suspects, and the f.b.i. is now asking for help to identify the marathon bomber. they found a lot of evidence in the area behind us. we're just across the street from the boston public library next to boylston street where two bombs exploded yesterday at the world's premiere marathon. the f.b.i. appealed to the public came this evening. the agent in charge, richard deslauriers asked the public for leads and p
. >> pelley: bob orr and john miller are on the investigation. the president came to boston to lift the people's spirits, and he brought them to their feet. >> the world will return to this great american city to run harder than ever and to cheer even louder for the 118th boston marathon. >> pelley: major garrett is with the president. a catastrophic explosion devastates a texas town. ben tracey is on the scene. and saving the life of a child. elaine quijano with tracy monroe who helped rescue one of boston's littlest victims. >> there's a baby, there! i said, "jane, it's going to be okay, honey. you're going to be all right." you're going captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news" ptith scott pelley. nsored by cbs >> pelley: good evening. they are the most wanted men in america tonight. have a look. the f.b.i. today said the two men in this video are suspects in monday's boston bombings. but where are they, and who are they? so far, they are known only as suspect help in identifying them. in a moment, we will give you a web site where you can see these pictures again, and we'l
the fallen and the nation pauses to rememb bob orr with the government's new marathon bombing revelations. elaine quijano on how boston paid its respects. and we'll talk to the neighbor who recently argued with one of the suspects. >> he was explaining how the bible is a cheap copy of the koran and how it's used as an excuse to invade other countries. >> pelley: flooding in ten states along the missouri and mississippi. and don dahler with steve byrnes whose life was changed in the flash of a marathon bombing. >> i believe i had a guardian angel over my shoulder and i thank god for it because i know how lucky i am. captioning sponsored by cbs th this is the "cbs evening news" with scott pelley. th pelley: good evening. the surviving suspect in the boston marathon bombing had a visitor today in his hospital room. a federal magistrate judge. he read dzhokhar tsarnaev his rights, informed him he's being charged with using a weapon of mass destruction resulting in death and she told him he could face death if convicted. according to a transcript of the proceedings, the judge concluded by sayi
collier and where did they get their explosives? we now have new details from bob orr and john miller. and we'll talk to the officers who stopped the terror. >> this is the one chance we had. we wanted to end this for everybody. >> pelley: a phony news report about an attack at the white house since the stock... sends the stock market plunging. major garrett reports and fighting the flood in the midwest. dean reynolds is on the scene. Ñiçsx scene. captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news" with scott pelley. with scott pelley. >> pelley: good evening. another difficult day for boston. the city said good-bye to two victims of the terror attacks. there was a private funeral for eight-year-old martin richard whose childhood innocence we will never forget. sean collier achieved his childhood dream when he became a cop. an army of officers attended his funeral today. we learned why collier was executed as he sat in his patrol car. more about that in just a moment. but first bob orr has information about a shopping trip one of the suspects took to buy explosives. >> report
cbs investigators john miller and bob orr, and analysis on all that and more from peggy noonan of the "wall street journal." harvard university's david gergen. cbs this morning cohost norah o'donnell. foreign correspondent clarissa ward, just back from sirpia. and political director john dickerson. plus the highlights will of last night's correspondents' dinner. it's all next on "face the nation." captioning sponsored by cbs from cbs news in washington, "face the nation" with bob schieffer. >> schieffer: and good morning, again. south carolina republican lindsey graham is in cottonwood, arizona, this morning. and, senator, thanks for coming. i want to start with the-- some of these details, more details now coming out on the russian bombers and their family. it now turns out not only was one of them on a u.s. terror watch list, but also his mother as well. what do you make of this? and where are we on all of this? >> well, i don't know if his mother was on the watch list, but the warning letters the f.b.i. received in march of 2011 and the c.i.a. i think in november 2011, inclu
bombing. bob orr has details. with inmates stacked high in s, thernia prisons, the state makes 3,000 lifers eligible for release. min moriarty reports. and crowds line up to meet the men who dealt a blow for america after pearl harbor. >> we drove all night. reporter: david martin on the last reunion of doolittle's raiders. captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news" with scott pelley. e "c >> pely:
of terrorism. >> pelley: john miller, bob orr and elaine quijano have the latest including what we now know about the bombs. we've learned the identities of two of the dead, a woman and an 8-year-old. jeff glor on martin, the boy who put a face on the tragedy. dr. jon lapook tells us how the youngest of the wounded are being treated tonight. and don dahler on the stories survivors are telling. >> everybody was just spectacular. the most well organized response i've seen in my entire life. captioning sponsored by cbs captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news" with scott pelley reporting tonight from boston.
neighborhoods are on lockdown. cbs correspondent bob orr said earlier in a special report that the investigation will be exploring possibly terrorist connections overseas. >> with a name, the fbi will be able to run that through a number of channels looking at all the usual suspects. they come from an area that, frankly, has had a lot of experience with various terror groups and the chechnian region has been notorious for years as you know, charlie. so i think there's a lot of potential suspects here and there's a chance this could get a lot bigger in terms of planning, conspirators and plot. >> reporter: a quarter of a million people living in the suburbs of boston are told to stay home right now. all mass transit in boston is shut down and businesses are being asked not to open today. now, we are getting a few different reports of how old these guys were and how long they have been in the u.s. but the men's uncle told the "associated press" this morning that the brothers lived getherear boston and have been in the united states for about a decade. they traveled here togeth om the russian regio
to be a very tough job. bob orr is in washington. bob, good morning. >> reporter: good morning, charlie. the fbi is leading a worldwide investigation checking all intelligence leads and possible informants trying to find out who planted the bombs in boston. as we've been saying they've been questioning one man who was said to be acting suspiciously at the scene but no one has yet been identified as a suspect. boston officials said monday's twin bombing attack came with no warning. >> we talk about the threat picture all the time as we lead up to this particular event and we have no information that this was going to happen. >> reporter: as federal and local investigators try to determine who was behind the attack the lack of any credible threat might be an important clue. >> it's the most difficult work in america. >> reporter: former homeland security secretary tom ridge says the absence of intelligence might suggest the attacker is not affiliated with a larger terrorist group. >> it may lead to the fact that this was not connected to a major jihadist organization
unfold before our eyes, let me bring bob orr back in to the conversation. bob, you have some new information. >> reporter: well, scott, we're going to do a little housekeeping here and clean up some reports that are out there. today, just to give you an example, as we wait for this situation to play out there in watertown, to give you an example of how far the investigation reached. there were some search warrants served at umass dartmouth in new bedford, mass, and what i'm told-- and a number of places reported this-- they reported three people have been taken into custody in connection with the bombing investigation. now, here's what actually went on, according to an official i talked to. he said, look, there was a reason to believe that the suspect that they're still looking for, the suspect who we now think might be in that boat, may be, of at this location, a home in new bedford, massachusetts, because there were some associates there and friends and suitemates. he went to school there for a mile. so people were kind of separated. they were detained. but here's the key-- the
or domestically. it's very early in the investigation. but bob orr in our washington newsroom has been talking to his sources all afternoon and, bob, what are you hearing at this point? >> well, scott, the field is still wide open as to who might have done this and for what possible reason. the bombs don't appear to be very large. i had one official say they didn't appear to be particularly sophisticated but keep in mind that's just guess work because they haven't forensically looked at it. the blast radius was relatively small but, still, in a crowd they did devastating damage. this doesn't appear to be the kind of work that al qaeda normally does. they normally go for something on a much grander scale. on the other hand, officials have pointed out to us this does have elements of coordination. there was more than one blast. so there was a coordinated plan. that may or may not mean more than one person was involved. it could be a very small cell. it could be a lone wolf inspired by either an international group or a domestic terror group or it could be someone acting out their own hostilities
this but whoever did it would "feel the full weight of justice." bob orr is in our washington bureau. he's been talking to his sources about the investigation. bob, what are you hearing? >> scott, it appears we're dealing here with a couple of relatively small but still powerful bombs that were placed in trash canisters along the marathon route. one near a crowd of spectators at the finish line. one a little further on down the race course. they went off in close proximity which seems to suggest some planning here. either more than one person was involved or it was somebody, investigators figure, who had the time and the knowledge to set these timers in some kind of sequential pattern. we don't know if this is a foreign group or a foreign-inspired plot or if it's a domestic group. that's wide open right now and investigators are just starting to go through that. scott? >> pelley: we understand there is surveillance video being examined by the various investigators. we also understand that a third bomb that did not explode has been taken intact by the boston police and diffused. what could all o
of a national manhunt. >> we consider them to be armed and extremely dangerous. >> pelley: bob orr and john miller are on the investigation. the president came to boston to lift the people's spirits, and he brought them to their feet. >> the world will return to this great american city to run harder than ever and to cheer even louder for the 118th boston marathon. >> pelley: major garrett is with the president. a catastrophic explosion devastates a texas town. ben tracey is on the scene. and saving the life of a child. elaine quijano with trac
and the nation pauses to rememb bob orr with the government's new marathon bombing revelations. elaine quijano on how boston paid its respects. and we'll talk to the neighbor who recently argued with one of the suspects. >> he was explaining how the bible is a cheap copy of the koran and how it's used as an excuse to invade other countries. >> pelley: flooding in ten states along the missouri and mississippi. and don dahler with steve byrnes whose life was changed in the flash of a marathon bombing.
, and we know more about the marathon bombs from the parts found in the wreckage. bob orr, john miller and elaine quijano on the investigation. the senate has decided the fate of national gun control. >> so, all in all, this was a pretty shameful day for washington. >> pelley: chip reid has the results. a threat to the president was intercepted before it reached the white house. wyatt andrews has the story. there's a break in the case of the murdered prosecutors in texas. manuel bojorquez is there. captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news" with scott pelley.
. homeland security correspondent bob orr is in washington following the investigation. >> reporter: law enforcement officials say the bombs contained an explosive similar to black powder. they were laced with bbs, ball bearings and nails. trauma surgeon said many of the injured have multiple shrapnel wounds. >> they are numerous, numerous. there are people who have 10, 20, 30, 40 of them in their body or more. >> reporter: investigators believe the bombs were hidden in black nylon backpacks. and housed inside sealable metal pots called pressure cookers. pressure cooker bombs can help boost the power of relatively small devices by briefly constraining the blast. and when the cookers do explode, they can add large chunks of metal to the shrapnel spray. the i.e.d.s have been popular with terrorists. al qaeda published a how-to recipe in an on-line magazine. several of the bombs were used in the 2006 attack on trains in mumbai india. in 2004 and 2010, the department of homeland security warned law enforcement that pressure cooker bombs could present a threat in the u.s. in the failed time s
a vital clue. bob orr is in washington. bob, good morning. >> good morning. investigators now tell us they identified female dna on a fragment of one of the bombs used in boston. it's not clear what any of that means. the dna could have come from an injured spectator or from a clerk who sold some of the materials used in the bombs. there's also a chance it could lead the fbi to a female accomplice. fbi agents monday visited the rhode island family home of katherine russell, the widow of accused bomber tamerlan tsarnaev. sources say agents were there to collect a dna sample from russell to compare it against the female dna found on a bomb fragment at the blast scene. investigators say a lab test could help them determine if russell ever had contact with the device. investigators say russell is not a suspect and has not been charged in the plot. her attorney has said she's fully cooperating with the investigation. at the same time fbi investigators are in russia and dagestan trying to find out if tamerlan and his younger brother, dzhokhar had any foreign terro
." >>> a new focus on the widow of tamerlan tsavraev. investigators may have found a vital clue. bob orr in washington. >> reporter: good morning. investigators have identified female dna on a fragment of one of the bombs used in boston. it's not clear what any of that means. the dna could have come from an injured spectator or a clerk that sold materials used in the bombing. but it also could lead the fbi to a female accomplice. fbi agents monday visited the rhode island home of katherine russell, widow of tamerlan tsavraev. they were there to collect a dna sample from russell to compare it to female dna found on a bomb fragment it could help determine if she had any contact with the device. >> any comment? >> reporter: russell is not a suspect and has not been charged in the plot. her attorney says she is fully cooperating with the investigation. and at the same time, investigators are in russia and dagestan, trying to find out if tamerlan and dzhokhar had any foreign terrorist connections. a russian born canadian militant named william plotnikov, both men were in dagestan last summer
, boston police commissioner edward davies, our correspondents covering the story, john miller and bob orr, plus the chairman of the hois homeland security security
of russia. they reportedly have been in the united states for one year. bob orr is tracking the story from washington. bob, good morning. what can you tell us? >> reporter: good morning, gayle and charlie. well, the first order of business is to try to find the remaining brother who is on the lam, somewhere around the boston area, they believe, the man who has been now infamously noted white baseball cap backward. that's dzhokhar tsarnaev, we believe. he's believed to be 19 years of age. his family comes from the chechnya area, which you mentioned. his older brother, tamerlan, was killed in a police shoot-out last night around watertown, massachusetts. so the first order of business is to try to find that guy because they're worried that he's heavily armed, he may have other explosives with him, he's already demonstrated a willingness and an ability to kill, and they're concerned about what he could do next. the other order of business, though, beyond the tactical police search in the pressing manhunt is trying to find out are these two brothers connected to anything bigger. are they conne
time ago. the suspect has been captured, wounded but alive. bob orr has been following events with his sources in washington and as we watch these live pictures, bob, i'd like to bring you in. what do you know that's new? >> reporter: well, scott, i think there's a real question now. there's no question the suspect is in custody. this is the right guy. everyone now agrees across the board. but i think the real question now becomes what is his condition? we've held back in reporting some things for a while for a couple of different reasons but i can now tell you that at the scene of the shootout last night there was the beginning of a blood trail this which told investigators pretty early on that he had been wounded or somehow injured in that melee. but the blood trail did not seem to be constant and it did not continue so there was some doubts about how seriously he might be injured. but then as you reported and as john as reported when the homeowner peeked in the boat there was described to me quite a bit of blood and there was blood on the ground approaching the boat. so if you think
spotted on surveillance video. bob orr is talking to his sources. good morning. >> this is a tough investigation, but surveillance pictures are providing some promising leads. investigators privately circulating pictures of two young men who seemed to be acting suspiciously around the time of the bombing. and the fbi seems particularly interested in one of the men. >> investigators are focusing on a man, spotted near the scene of the second explosion. sources say a nearby surveillance camera captured images of the man carrying a backpack and talk owning a cell phone. while the fbi has not identified him, he is described as a young white man, as tall as 6'2". sources who have seen the tape y ablown. wearing a black jacket, gra hoodie and white baseballap backward on his head. he appears to place his backpack on the ground, after the first explosion, he fled. moments later, the second blast occurred near the spot where he had been standing. in addition to reviewing surveillance tapes, investigators are also working to collect and piece together other bits of physical evidence. >> i
an outstanding job on cbs news. he is sort of like pete williams is another one. bob orr from cbs news, too. excellent. these guys, you know you can take it to the bank when they report. >> yeah. good reporting. >> herd aroundheard around the country and seen on current t.v., this is "the bill press show." >> this is the bill press show live on your radio and current tv >> bill: 45 minutes after the hour here, "full-court press," vice president of the center for american progress will be along in studio for the next half hour here on the full court press monday april 29th talking about the lead story in the new york"the new york times" today, you know, all of the corruption in afghanistan and we talked about this with susan page in the last hour hamed karzai we can't trust him because too many people are being bought and soiled. it may be one of the biggest source of corruption in afghanistan is us for the last 10 years, the cia has been delivering bags of cash. agents showing up with backpacks and suitcases even plastic shopping bags full of cash money which he
? >> bob orr, thank you. do we know anything about the organization they came from or whether they're associated with anybody? >> we don't. as bob said they're had military training and also through the tactics they used overnight against the police. these are not amateurs when it comes to attacks. >> they said they were dropping explosives when they were being chased and that kind of thing. >> so let's go through the scenario if we can. last night what you have is the m.i.t. police respond to an incident of a specific person and these guys engage the officer. he's shot multiple times in the head. he's executed. there's gas station robbery that follows that. at the gas station there's a carjacking. the police are now in a chase with the car jacked vehicle with the two suspects inside in the chase. the suspects areng explosives ohe window of the speeding car. that ends at an intersection in watertown, so this chase is going on for a while. the suspects come out, engage the police in a fire fight, and they are throwing more explosives at that time. one of the suspects is killed there
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